Eight community colleges at the forefront of implementing multilevel approaches (a combination of prevention, early intervention, and treatment services
Historical and cultural contexts of mental health clinician assessments
For many college students, mental health support is critical for achieving their academic goals. Students often rely on their college’s website as a first (and sometimes only) stop for finding information about student services. In Spring 2022, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office funded an environmental scan of the websites of the 116 California community […]
A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about youth suicide rates.
More students struggle with depression, anxiety, and stress more than three years into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental health challenges, treatment experiences, and care needs of post-secondary students: a cross-sectional mixed-methods study
Post-secondary students frequently experience high rates of mental health challenges. However, they present meagre rates of treatment-seeking behaviours.
Like so many mental health conditions, eating disorders are on the rise. Between 2013 and 2021, eating disorder risk rose 13% among college students. There’s a lot of new research about what contributes to eating disorders and the most effective treatments for them. It’s important to make sure you—and the young people in your life—have […]
Community college students face significant mental health needs. To address these needs, community colleges need additional resources to provide students with mental health treatment and prevention services. This publication highlights some of the struggle patterns we are seeing evolve in our schools and how we can address them.
SchoolHouse Connection released ““Working Harder Just to Be Seen and Heard:” Barriers to Financial Aid for Homeless and Foster Youth.”
A space for students to connect with one another to strengthen their well-being and support network across the state of California.